Person:Florence Schenck (1)

Florence Rosser Schenck
m. 17 Oct 1882
  1. Annie Stanley Schenck1884 - 1954
  2. Powhatan Stanley Schenck1885 - 1927
  3. Florence Rosser Schenck1887 - 1914
  4. Helene Schenck1890 -
  5. George William Schenck1892 -
  6. Walter Clarke Schenck1899 -
Facts and Events
Name Florence Rosser Schenck
Gender Female
Birth[1] Mar 1887 Virginia, United States
Census[1] 1900 Norfolk (independent city), Virginia, United States
Other[2] 8 Jul 1907 New York City, New York, United Statesarrived from England aboard the Minnehaha
Other[3] 11 Jul 1907 New York City, New York, United Statesbegs father's forgiveness
Death? Jan. 5, 1914 Norfolk (independent city), Virginia, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624).

    Census Place: Norfolk Ward 1, Norfolk City, Virginia; Roll: 1735; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 0084; FHL microfilm: 1241735.

  2. United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Passenger lists of vessels arriving at New York, 1820-1897: index to passenger lists of vessels arriving in New York, 1820-1846. (Washington, District of Columbia, United States: National Archives. Central Plains Region, 1957-1958,1963,1970), Primary quality.

    SS Minnehaha, sailing from London 29 June 1907, arrived New York 8 Jul 1907
    Line 16: Charles Henry Wilson, 40, estate agent
    Line 17: Ms Florence Rosser Schenck, 20, spinster

  3. The Pittsburgh Press - July 11, 1907, in Google News, p. 146.

    "Miss Florence Schenck"
    New York, July 11 -
    Miss Florence Schenk, daughter of Dr. Powhatan S. Schenck, a former surgeon in the United States navy, and granddaughter of a former Virginia governor, begs father for forgiveness.
    The former belle of Norfolk had just returned from Europe where she had gone with Charles H. Wilson, manager of Alfred Gwynn Vanderbilt's horses, believing she was Wilson's wife. On their return, Wilson cast her aside, saying his true wife awaited him in Orange, N. J.